Buff Sussex chicks - can you tell what gender?

Maz154

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They were hatched about 10-11 weeks ago. No redness of combs yet, but one of them has grown some greeny black feathers in its tail the last few days. When they were really small they differed in size, but seem the same now. Have I got one of each? I’m hoping two girls but won’t mind a rooster.
 

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I really can't see much from that.
The lighter coloured one is a pullet.
The other one does look like a pullet, but we really need clear close up back pics.

They're nice birds.
 

Maz154

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I really can't see much from that.
The lighter coloured one is a pullet.
The other one does look like a pullet, but we really need clear close up back pics.

They're nice birds.
I’m glad everyone seems to think they’re pullets. I thought the same until one grew those feathers in its tail. It could be she’s just got darker colouring.
When you say you need a close up photo of the back, what are you looking for?
 

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